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featured-1-t.jpgFNHA Living Markers - Jordie is from the Esketemc te Secwecpemc, also known as Alkali Lake, BC. At 32 years old, Jordie works as an Administrative Assistant for the Communications team at the FNHA. Prior to the FNHA, Jordie was achieving his education at Thompson Rivers University (Kamloops BC) graduating in... 
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Youth Role Models - Trevor Mack: There are SO many different types of cameras out there for beginners.When I was starting out with filmmaking I was using my mom's $50 digital camera. Beginner artists have to realize it's not necessarily what kind of equipment you have, it's HOW you…

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Winter Challenge 2014 - A social media-fueled phenomenon swept BC First Nations and others over the winter months in early 2014. The ‘Winter Challenge 2014’ as it was known, was an unexpected variation on a traditional First Nations practice that would not have been possible without the advent of social media. Media stories…

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Our quarterly publication Spirit Magazine focuses on sharing BC First Nations inspirational journey of health through wellness. The magazine shares success stories, new ideas, and offers helpful tools and tips for staying well.

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Spirit Magazine wants to share your story ideas, articles and photographs! We're interested in hearing about health, wellness, success stories, best practices, projects, events, initiatives, First Nations families, communities and more. We're always looking for written content and high resolution photographs for print. 

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